The points on the license are not important. What is important is wether it was given in court and the type of offence.
The fact that none of these went or will go to court is good. Do not contest them or let them go to court.
However, 2 fixed penalty fines within 12 months prior to your application can lead to refusal. Make sure you don't have 2 fixed penalty fines 12 months before you submit your naturalization application.
For more reading:
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... iew=Binary
3.2.4 In determining whether an applicant meets the "good character" requirement, caseworkers should not normally take into account fixed penalty notices, unless the applicant has received more than one fixed penalty notice in the last 12 months, and this would suggest a pattern of offending.
If an application is refused on this basis, the applicant should be advised that he or she can reapply at a time when he or she does not have more than one fixed penalty notice in the twelve month period before making an application.
3.2.5 Caseworkers should not normally disregard any unspent conviction that falls into the following categories irrespective of the severity of the sentence imposed:
Offences involving dishonesty (e.g. theft, fraud)
Offences involving violence
Offences involving unlawful sexual activity
Offences involving drugs
Offences which would constitute â€œrecklessnessâ€